Jennifer Lopez concluded her record-setting headlining residency Jennifer Lopez: All I Have at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Saturday.

The global superstar went out with a glittery bang when she descended from a Swarovski crystal staircase and showed off her greatest dance moves and hits to a sold out crowd full of fans and celebrities including Diddy, Tiffany Haddish, Anthony Anderson, Kobe and Vanessa Bryant, Ashley Graham, Vanessa Hudgens, Gayle King, AJ McLean, Evan Ross, Ben Baller, Adrienne Bailon, Mat Franco and Sunny Hostin.

Lopez even welcomed fellow singer Ja Rule on stage for their famous collaboration, “I’m Real.” He joined her on opening night in January 2016.

During the song “I Hope You Dance,” which Lopez always dedicates to her kids, she was surprised when her dancers brought her twins Max and Emma, on stage.

Her final surprise guest appearance of the night was LL Cool J, who came out for a special live performance of “All I Have.”

After her performance of “On the Floor,” Lopez’s longtime friend and manager Benny Medina got the crowd excited for the final show. He spoke about the incredible production and said to the crowd “you can accomplish anything in life if you give it all you have.” He then went on to introduce Caesars Entertainment President and CEO Mark Frissora, who congratulated the headliner and presented her with a commemorative plaque highlighting the success of her three-year residency at Planet Hollywood.

“How lucky am I that I have something that is so hard to say goodbye to,” said Jennifer who closed out her final performance by singing Nat King Cole’s “Smile” to the cast and crew.

Jennifer Lopez: All I Have was the fastest residency at Zappos Theater to reach over $100 million in total ticket sales. The final performance garnered over $1.43 million in ticket revenue, setting a new single-event gross revenue record for any theater residency in Las Vegas history.

After the show, Lopez and Hollywood’s hottest celebrities enjoyed an after party at MR CHOW at Caesars Palace. The party was kicked off by DJ Josh Bliss who got everybody on the dance floor. Choreographer Tabitha Dumo and A-Rod took turns dancing with the superstar. Lopez’s most iconic costumes and artwork were on display throughout several rooms at MR CHOW. During the evening, Lopez was also presented with a dazzling, nine-tiered cake adorned with sparklers.